Widely Used Terminology in Window Industry
There is some widely used terminology in the window industry. Knowing what these terms mean is a
great help when it comes to understanding the industry jargon associated with insulation, energy
issues and climatic zones.
Here’s a quick guide to some commonly used terms - and what they actually mean!
Different Types of Glass
There is a huge range in the glass types available when designing or replacing the glass windows and doors in your home.
When choosing the glass that is used to make up new windows or doors, homeowners have a considerably large choice in the type of glass that they would like – each with varying functions and aesthetics. The glass that is used in window and doors can be customised to suit individual preferences. This includes different combinations of thickness, size, tint, colour, and film.
A Balcony Enclosure Creates a Warm Winter Retreat
A balcony enclosure using a frameless glass system could be just the thing to turn your outside area into a warm winter retreat.
Balcony and outdoor entertainment areas have been enjoyed all summer long. But with winter on our doorstep, now is the perfect time to think about how this space will be used in the colder months ahead. And a balcony enclosure could be just the thing!
Double Glazing in Kitchens and Bathrooms
If you’re thinking about renovating, consider installing double glazing in kitchens and bathrooms – the most important areas of a home!
The kitchen has long been called the heart of the home and a substantial amount of time is spent here every day. Modern kitchens have become more than just a place to cook, they have become an integral living space for entertaining, conversation and even school homework! So it makes sense to ensure that the area where your family spends a lot of time is comfortable and liveable. There’s nothing worse than a kitchen that is freezing in winter and overly hot during the sweltering Queensland summer. So, how to go about putting double glazing in kitchens and bathrooms.